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Switching cob leds

PIC is a Microchip Microprocessor. Probably used in sensor.

La2 the led strip ?


Regards, Dana.
 
I suspect the PIR module is a HC-SR501. I have ttached the data sheet for this module and the data sheet for the chip that it uses. I think the maximum output current is about 3 mA. It has a 1K resistor between the output pin on the chip and the output pin on the module.

Les.
 

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This is the pir

pir.png

The resistor on the out pin is a 102.
 
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